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Marta Pilati
Policy Analyst
Marta Pilati is a Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC) and joined in October 2018. Her areas of expertise include economic and regional policy, industrial policy, and research and innovation.

Before joining the EPC, Marta worked at the Centre for European Policy Studies focusing on EU economic convergence. Prior to that, she worked as Research Assistant at Cardno Emerging Markets. She holds a Master's in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po in Paris, as well as a Double Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Georgia State University in the USA and Economics and Management from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice in Italy.


Europe’s Political Economy


An Industry Action Plan for the EU, EU Budget, ESPON Territorial Reference Framework for Europe, Social Investment, EU Regions and Cohesions Policy

Areas of expertise

Economic Governance, Industrial policy, Regional Development, Research & Innovation, EU budget, Italy

Current positions

Policy Analyst


Master in International Economic Policy, Sciences Po Paris, France.
B.Sc. in Economics, Georgia State University, USA.
Bachelor in Economics and Management, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy.


Italian, English, French





Marta Pilati was interviewed by Euractive on the recovery fund. Read here

23 April 2020 - ,

Organised by the European Youth Parliament. Marta Pilati gave a contribution as an expert for the ECON committee on the economic response to the COVID-19 crisis.

17 April 2020 - ,
Industrial policy /
The Entrepreneurial Society – A Reform Strategy for the European Union
Marta Pilati participated in a panel discussion on entrepreneurial growth and industrial policy in Europe.

26 November 2019 - Brussels,

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